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London - Mayfair

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Financial investors and family offices are core to our business and clients have told us that having a presence in close proximity to, and immersed in, their community is important. We listened to them and are now on their doorstep with our office in Mayfair.

CMS’ Mayfair office delivers full legal and tax support on investments of any nature - from equity and debt investments, outright acquisitions, from capital markets to real estate. We also advise on the formation and reorganisation of fund structures as well as corporate groups.

If you would like more information about our services, please come and visit us, reach out via our online contact form or give us a call.

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From the Airport

London Heathrow Airport

The airport is located 17 miles from the office.
Taxi – the journey takes approx. 50 minutes and costs approx. £45.
Train – the Heathrow Express train service to London Paddington leaves Platform 2 every 15 minutes. At Paddington, take the Bakerloo line to Marylebone station and CMS is a short walk from Marylebone station.

London City Airport

The airport is located 9 miles away from the office. 
Taxi – the journey takes approx. 30 minutes and costs approx. £30.
Train – the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) service to Bank underground tube station leaves every 8 minutes. Change to the Central Line at Bank and disembark at Marble Arch Station. CMS is a five minute walk away. The total journey takes approx. 45 minutes.

By car

If you are travelling by car, please enter postcode W1K 7QB into your satnav for directions to the office.

By train

Marylebone Railway Station is the nearest to the office, 15 mins away.

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